Research by Heather McAteer

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Organizations are planning modest increases to base salaries for 2018. The expected increase in the private sector is 2.5 per cent; for the public sector, it is 2.0 per...
The Conference Board of Canada | 58 pages | October 2017 | by Heather McAteer
Les organisations prévoient d’augmenter légèrement les salaires de base en 2018. L’augmentation devrait être de 2,5 % dans le secteur privé et de 2 % dans...
Le Conference Board du Canada | 65 pages | October 2017 | by Heather McAteer
In 2018, the overall average increase for non-unionized employees is projected to be 2.4 per cent—2.0 per cent in the public sector and 2.5 per cent in the private sector.
The Conference Board of Canada | 6 pages | September 2017 | by Heather McAteer
En 2018, l’augmentation globale moyenne prévue pour les employés non syndiqués est de 2,4 %, soit 2 % dans le secteur public et 2,5 % dans le secteur privé.
Le Conference Board du Canada | 6 pages | September 2017 | by Heather McAteer
Cette note de recherche examine les tendances et les enjeux liés aux soins aux aînés au Canada, fait ressortir les répercussions de l’obligation de prendre soin de personnes âgées...
Le Conference Board du Canada | 32 pages | August 2017 | by Heather McAteer
This briefing examines eldercare trends and issues in Canada, highlights the ways in which eldercare obligations affect employees and employers, and presents a range of accommodation...
The Conference Board of Canada | 29 pages | August 2017 | by Heather McAteer
The Conference Board of Canada conducted a Compensation Planning Outlook 2017 Mid-Year Pulse Check survey throughout December 2016. The purpose of the survey was to see whether...
The Conference Board of Canada | 13 pages | February 2017 | by Heather McAteer
Quebec’s economy has been advancing at a moderate pace over the last few years. The average pay increase for non-unionized employees in Quebec is projected to be 2.5 per cent...
The Conference Board of Canada | 5 pages | December 2016 | by Heather McAteer
L’économie québécoise connaît depuis quelques années une croissance modérée. Les employés québécois syndiqués devraient voir leur salaire augmenter en moyenne de 2,5 % en...
Le Conference Board du Canada | 5 pages | December 2016 | by Heather McAteer
Salary increases in 2017 are, once again, predicted to be significantly below the national average of 2.2 per cent. The projected average salary increase for non-unionized employees...
The Conference Board of Canada | 6 pages | December 2016 | by Heather McAteer
In line with the national picture, weak business investment in Ontario has shifted the burden of economic growth to consumers. The 2017 projected salary increase for non-unionized...
The Conference Board of Canada | 6 pages | December 2016 | by Heather McAteer
Organizations are planning muted base salary increases for 2017. The expected increase for the private sector is 2.3 per cent; for the public sector, it is 2.0 per cent.
The Conference Board of Canada | 63 pages | October 2016 | by Heather McAteer
Les organisations prévoient des augmentations modérées des salaires de base en 2017. La hausse anticipée est de 2,3 % dans le secteur privé et de 2 % dans le secteur...
Le Conference Board du Canada | 70 pages | October 2016 | by Heather McAteer
In 2017, the overall average increase for non-unionized employees is projected to be 2.2 per cent—2.0 per cent in the public sector and 2.3 per cent in the private sector.
The Conference Board of Canada | 8 pages | September 2016 | by Heather McAteer
En 2017, les employés non syndiqués devraient recevoir une augmentation moyenne globale de leur salaire de 2,2 % – soit de 2,0 % dans le secteur public et de 2,3 % dans le secteur...
The Conference Board of Canada | 10 pages | September 2016 | by Heather McAteer
L’économie du Québec a reculé, minée par le ralentissement économique américain et des exportations atones, mais en 2016 la hausse salariale moyenne des employés non syndiqués...
Le Conference Board du Canada | 5 pages | March 2016 | by Heather McAteer
Quebec’s economy has experienced setbacks, in large part due to slowdowns in the U.S. economy and stalled exports recovery. Nevertheless, the 2016 projected average salary increase...
The Conference Board of Canada | 5 pages | March 2016 | by Heather McAteer
Despite a slow start to 2015, Ontario's economy has begun to show signs of moderate growth. The 2016 projected salary increase for non-unionised employees is 2.5 per cent, slightly...
The Conference Board of Canada | 6 pages | March 2016 | by Heather McAteer
Alberta’s economic growth prospects remain weak, and wage increases in 2016 will be muted as a result. The 2016 projected average salary increase for non-unionized employees is...
The Conference Board of Canada | 6 pages | March 2016 | by Heather McAteer
The Conference Board of Canada conducted a Compensation Planning Outlook 2016 Mid-Year Pulse Check survey throughout December 2015. The purpose of the survey was to see whether...
The Conference Board of Canada | 12 pages | February 2016 | by Heather McAteer
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